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Miami Downtown Jazz Festival

Boogie with the best of them at this annual jazz festival in Miami.

Love smooth and Latin jazz? Make plans to be in Miami the last weekend of February. Some of the best jazz acts, locally and internationally, along with up-and-coming performers will be playing funky rhythms all weekend long. Get ready to get down at the Miami Downtown Jazz Festival!

Miami Downtown Jazz Festival
February 24th – 25th, 2017
Various Locations in Downtown Miami

This year, WDNA 88.9 FM Public Radio, South Florida’s prime time jazz station has put together an impressive lineup, including Grammy® Award-winner Bryan Lynch, MacArthur Fellow Dafnis Prieto, and more. Trios, quartets, sextets, jazz bands and more, featuring woodwinds, jazz singers, brass, drums, and more will be taking the stages at several locations in Downtown Miami. Some of South Florida’s finest jazz students will also be joining the stages, including Miami Charter School Jazz Band, New World School of the Arts Jazz Band, and the University of Miami Extensions. Several of this year’s venues for the jazz festival include History Miami, Miami Dade College, and the Olympia Theater Lobby. Visit their website for more details on stage locations and performers.

Between jazz events in Miami, grab a bite to eat at the Hilton Miami Downtown. Our newly-renovated Brisa Bistro boasts a melting pot of flavors, with dishes inspired by the Caribbean, Europe, and more. Whether you’re in the mood for pizza or a mouth-watering seafood entrée, our Miami restaurant can cater to all cravings.


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